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Farmers Protest Live News Today: Rahul Gandhi To Meet President Of India Over Farm Laws

Farmers protest live news today 29th days of 3 opposition leaders, including Rahul Gandhi to meet with the president, March not allowed.

Today is the twenty ninth day of the farmers’ agitation in opposition to agricultural laws. Opposition leaders Rahul Gandhi will meet President Ram Nath Kovind nowadays in support of farmers seeking to withdraw the agricultural law. three leaders were given appointment from Rashtrapati Bhavan. He will give up the signed memorandum of two crore farmers to the President. The delegation of the competition desired to march from Vijay Chowk to Rashtrapati Bhavan below the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, however the police did not permit it.

On Wednesday, he turned down a proposal to negotiate with the government. The farmers said that there’s no basis in the government’s proposal, most effective then a new schedule will be introduced. Farmers chief Shiv Kumar Kakka said: “The government is gambling with fire, ignoring the farmers, it must give up its persistence.”

The Congress has been assisting the farmers agitation and seeking the withdrawal of the Central agricultural law. A delegation of opposition leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, had met the president with the same demand withdraw new farms law few days ago.

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AICC General Secretary K C Venugopal stated the delegation of Congress leaders led through the previous party leader will meet the President today. Around 2 crore farmers’ signature were gathered from across the country, he said, even as seeking the President’s intervention for annulling the 3 agricultural laws.

Many farmers were protesting in the cooling weather towards the 3 blatantly anti agriculture laws aimed at bartering their interests in the fingers of choose crony capitalist friends of the Narendra Modi government, the AICC general secretary said.

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